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“Success in spoken English lies in stress and vowel sounds: specifically, getting the correct vowel sounds on the correct stressed syllables in a sentence, and joining them together. This book will show you how to do that.” – Matt Purland englishbanana.com’s .pdf file users: Click this icon (left) to access the contents! Talk a Lot Spoken English Course by Matt Purland A Great New Way to Learn Spoken English Elementary Handbook • General Information about Talk a Lot Courses • How to Use Talk a Lot Resources • Focus on Connected Speech • Focus on the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) • 100% Photocopiable – Free Copying Licence Included! “Success in spoken English lies in stress and vowel sounds: specifically, getting the correct vowel sounds on the correct stressed syllables in a sentence, and joining together the stresses. This book will show you how to do that.” – Matt Purland englishbanana.com’s Talk a Lot Spoken English Course by Matt Purland A Great New Way to Learn Spoken English Elementary Handbook • General Information about Talk a Lot Courses • How to Use Talk a Lot Resources • Focus on Connected Speech • Focus on the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) • 100% photocopiable – free copying licence included! This book is dedicated with love and thanks as always to Anna and Julia, as well as to Pat, who gave me my first full-time job teaching English, and to Helen, who encouraged me to develop and explore and also: ………………………………………………………………. (Insert the name of the teacher who has most inspired you to learn) English Banana.com info@englishbanana.com ISBN-13: 978-0955701535 The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is © Copyright the International Phonetic Association, and is used in this book with kind permission. English Banana.com Copying Licence: You may freely print, copy, distribute, sell, and give away this book, subject to our Copying Licence (see pages viii-ix) First published in the UK by English Banana.com 2009 1.3 – 09/09 1.2 – 08/09 1.1 – 06/09 1.0 – 04/09 (+ Consonant Clusters, Vowel Clusters, and The Magic “e” Rule) (+ Big Word Game, and Talk a Lot Bingo!) (+ Sound Connections Demo, Going Further, and Working Out Word Stress – Two-Syllable Words where the First Syllable is a Schwa: L]L) (Original edition) © Copyright Matt Purland 2009 Talk a Lot Elementary Handbook Contents i Contents v Introduction viii Free Copying Licence x Bibliography A General Information 1. General Information 1.1 Plan of all Talk a Lot Units and Activities 1.2 Course Outline 1.3 Lesson Outline 1.6 Assessment Methods, Tests, and Examination 1.11 Student Course Report (Blank) 1.12 Student Course Report (Example) 1.13 Vocabulary Test (Blank) 1.14 End of Course Oral Examination #1 (from Book 1) 1.18 End of Course Oral Examination #2 (from Book 2) 1.22 End of Course Oral Examination (Example) 1.26 Certificate Template #1 1.27 Certificate Template #2 B How to Use the Resources 2. Sentence Blocks 2.1 Instructions 2.7 Activity Template (Blank) 2.8 Sentence Blocks Q & A 2.9 Sentence Blocks – Six Great Tips for Students 3. Connected Sentence Cards 3.1 Instructions 3.2 Activity Template (Blank) 3.3 Sample Lesson Plan 3.6 Sound Connections Demo 3.15 Going Further 4. Connected Speech Templates 4.1 Instructions 4.6 Activity Template (Blank) Sentence Focus Activities For more fun worksheets, games and quizzes log onto www.englishbanana.com now! Talk a Lot Elementary © English Banana.com i ... - tailieumienphi.vn